Writers Guild and Easy to Assemble

Posted by Anonymous Tuesday, March 2, 2010 0 comments

David Henrie spoke at the 2010 Writers Guild Awards held at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza on February 20, 2010 in Century City, California.
David presented an award with Wizards executive producer Todd J. Greenwald.

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David Henrie and Joe Jonas go for an afternoon of paintball in Los Angeles last Sunday, (February 28).

Credit: JustJaredJr

World of Wheels Auto Show!

Posted by Anonymous Monday, February 15, 2010 2 comments

First, I hope all of you had a great Valentine's Day and I hope you had a great Chinese Year for all of those who celebrated it!

JJJ reader Taylor poses with David Henrie at the World of Wheels in Birmingham, Alabama over the weekend.

Taylor writes to JJJ, “He was at the World of Wheels auto show signing autographs and taking pictures.He took a pic with me and signed my Wizards of Waverly Place The Movie DVD. He was really nice & he looked really cute!”

Credit: JustJaredJr.com

Whole Grain Magic

Posted by DHO Wednesday, February 10, 2010 0 comments

Easy To Assemble Part III

Posted by DHO Wednesday, February 3, 2010 0 comments

David Joins Code Blue

Posted by DHO Saturday, January 30, 2010 2 comments

David Henrie joins Code Blue: I am so proud and humbled to recently be named the Director of Code Blue Youth Resuscitators (CBYR/Code Blue). What inspired me about Code Blue? It was the active involvement of Jermaine Crawford, who has been working to solve the problem of teenage homelessness, that plagues millions of our Nation’s children;

our future generation. One of my main goals will be to bring as much national attention and awareness of ‘Teen Homelessness’ to other Teens as possible. One of the benefits of my success is the involvement I’ve had with many charitable causes, and I couldn’t help but take note of the tremendous philanthropic and charitable efforts by young people in general..

kids really do care and give their time. I want to empower teens to help their peers and bring an end to this tragic dilemma in our great country. I know how important family and a solid support system can be to young people. I have been blessed to have an amazing family that has always been there for me, in good or bad situations, to provide whatever support I needed.

Another one of my goals will be to create local support systems and environment tailored to Homeless Teen desires and needs. A place where they can feel safe and know there are people who care about their potential and desires. As stated earlier, bringing National Awareness to this problem..

..is critical and that will be my initial focus; making people aware of the problem, and then joining forces to solve the problem. As an artist who has been in the business of telling stories with my acting/writing/directing, I know what the impact of an undeniable story can have on an audience.

During this first year with Code Blue, I plan to write and direct a compelling short film, which will raise public awareness to the highest possible level, by revealing what Homeless Teens must endure just to survive day-by-day. This short film, I fervently hope, will inspire the viewer to join the cause to end Teen Homelessness, to revive a generation, our future generation.

David recently attended the Artists For Peace And “Justice We.The.Children.” Project Benefit For Haiti in West Hollywood on Thursday. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery

We The Children Project is a philanthropic for-profit business model based in Woodland Hills, CA. The project committee, compromised mostly of unemployed recent graduates, young professionals and local students, has focused their efforts on creating their own jobs within a difficult economic climate. Project members have come together to create local community events that benefit those less-fortunate in the global community. All proceeds from the kick-off party will benefit Haiti earthquake victims and homeless children.

Easy To Assemble Pt. 2

Posted by DHO Wednesday, January 27, 2010 0 comments

Wizards Writer

Posted by DHO Monday, January 25, 2010 1 comments

David Henrie is taking on another role on the Wizards set this season — a seat in the writers room.

The 20-year-old actor chatted with PJ Star about his production company, the upcoming episode and who he ultimately wants to be like. Check it:

On scribing his first Wizards episode: “I wrote my own episode, and we shot that a couple of weeks ago. That was pretty big for me. They haven’t set a release date, but I would imagine it will air in the next month or two. I know they’re almost done editing it right now.”

On becoming the next Steven Spielberg: “I want to act, I want to direct, I want to write. I want to be like a Vince Vaughn or a (Steven) Spielberg.”

On having his own production company: “I have my own production company, I’m going to be writing and producing feature films. And there’s a new media side to that production company. I’m currently developing a Web series that I’m either going to star in or hire people to star in, and I’m going to be running the show almost. People can visit youtube.com/yutetv to see our projects.”

Thanks to: JJJ